The first time you interview someone is a lot like a first date, says Larry Bonfante. “You want to establish a rapport and leave the other person with enough interest that they want to get to know you better. Remember, like all good relationships, both parties have to be excited about the relationship.”
You’e gone through many stops in a rigorous hiring process — only to be subsequently ignored by a hiring manager after an interview. It’s annoying and unsettling— and very common. The New York Post has a name for it: job ghosting. Here, six ways to come when it happens to you.
At Staples, we have always recognized the strategic advantage in hiring, engaging and retaining female talent. We are proud to share the following ways that Staples is encouraging the development of women in the workplace:
You’ve made it through the initial screening process and been offered an in-person interview. All that’s ahead is a formal job offer, right? Wrong. What looms is a minefield just waiting to take you out. This piece lists 10 things to never do during a job interview, including don’t leave your cellphone on, never sit before you’re invited to — and never mumble.
For the past 20 years, Deutsche Bank has been proud to make a positive impact through our annual Women on Wall Street (WOWS) conference. This year, we went one step further by introducing a fresh, new format designed to reach a more targeted audience – and create an even better experience.